Presidents Obama and Sarkozy may regret their private opinions of the Israeli PM, but they aren't the first mic gaffes.
British lawmakers investigating a phone hacking scandal Tuesday asked media baron Rupert Murdoch, his son James and former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks to testify before them, hours after former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown accused their newspaper group of illegally obtaining private information about him.
A former London Met police officer is not surprised to hear allegations that "News of the World" paid officers.
The scandal that brought down Britain's biggest Sunday newspaper widened Monday with allegations that journalists from other News International papers improperly obtained personal information about former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is pushing education to the top of the development agenda for Africa.
An emotional moment from Piers Morgan's England interview show, "Life Stories," with then-Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will serve as a visiting fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall, the institute announced Tuesday.
The monthlong sprint that is the British elections ended Thursday night with a hung parliament, meaning plenty of wrangling is still to be done before we know who will be the next prime minister.
Gordon Brown resigned as British prime minister Tuesday paving the way for David Cameron to replace him.
The days of discussions have ended, demands issued, concesssions made and a decision finally reached -- but even before they formed a government, the UK's political parties must wait for approval from one more person: The queen.
CNN's Max Foster speaks with British Finance Minister Alistair Darling about PM Gordon Brown's decision to step down.
British premier Gordon Brown's offer to step down as part of a deal to entice the Liberal Democrats into a coalition government with Labour rather than David Cameron's Conservatives provoked a mixed reaction in the UK press Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Monday he will step down as leader of his party after it was defeated in parliamentary elections last week.
How big is big? How open is open?
British voters go to the polls Thursday to determine the fate of Gordon Brown's Labour government, which has run the United Kingdom for the past 13 years.
For any leader, facing the electorate after his party has been in power for 13 years would be tough. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown though is fighting to stay in Downing Street in as bad a political climate as could be imagined.
CNN's Max Foster profiles British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on the eve of elections that could cost him his job.
After Cleggmania, the "bigotgate" gaffe and the first-ever candidate debates, the Big Day is almost here.
The British parliament was officially dissolved on Monday, as a nationwide election campaign launches to determine if Gordon Brown can hang on as prime minister.
The leaders of the UK's three main political parties will clash again Thursday in the second of three televised debates which have energized the country's general election campaign.
CNN's Becky Anderson previews the second British election debate and what's become a three-horse race.
Gordon Brown went on the offensive against the two men hoping to replace him as prime minister at a debate Thursday, but it seems to have done him little good.
CNN's Phil Han takes a look at how social media reacted to the second debate by British party leaders.
Elections, the American commentator H.L. Mencken once insisted, are the process in which all the parties rush around the country insisting that the others are unfit to govern, and in the end they are all proved right.
The tightening race to the May 6 general elections has increased the likelihood of a hung parliament in the United Kingdom, but Conservative Party leader David Cameron isn't ready to talk about striking deals yet.
Conservative Party leader David Cameron talks about the possibility of a hung parliament, as well as ties with the U.S.
Continued criticism over a campaign gaffe by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown threatened to take attention away from the third and final televised election debate Thursday night.
British PM Gordon Brown calls a woman "bigoted," not realizing his mic was on.
CNN's Paula Newton talks to British political experts on who won the third and final debate.
Gordon Brown looked like a mouldy cheese, David Cameron a fleshy buttock and Nick Clegg a scrambled egg. Britain's newspapers pulled no punches as they summed up the last of the country's pre-election leadership debates in typically ribald fashion.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown fought to hold on to his job Thursday in a debate against the two men who hope to replace him, David Cameron of the Conservative Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown described himself as a "penitent sinner" on Wednesday after personally apologizing to a voter he described as a "bigoted woman."
Trade union political director Charlie Whelan offers his insight into the upcoming UK general election.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown traded barbs with political rivals Wednesday in the last Prime Minister's Questions before the general election.
CNN's Jim Boulden examines market reaction as the British election date is announced.
A law banning the use, production, and stockpiling of cluster munitions came into effect Thursday in Britain.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown testified at the Iraq war inquiry in London. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown paid a surprise visit to British troops in Afghanistan on Saturday, his office said.
Stop the War Coalition holds protest outside of the Iraq inquiry venue in London. CNN's Morgan Neill reports.
Britain's involvement in the invasion of Iraq "was the right decision and it was for the right reasons," Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Friday in his first response at an inquiry into country's role in the March 2003 conflict.
We have just heard this week about the allegations of bullying in the Prime Minister Gordon Brown's office in the UK, which hit all the headlines and raised the issue of "what is bullying and how do you deal with it?"
New book casts British Prime Minister Gordon Brown as angry and abusive to his staff. CNN's Sasha Herriman reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown did not scream or swear at a political consultant who worked for him, the speechwriter told CNN, rejecting allegations published by a top British political journalist Sunday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is denying allegations of "abusive behavior" and "volcanic eruptions of foul temper" ahead of the publication of a new book by a top British political journalist.
Leaders from Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland appeared together Friday to hail an agreement that saves the province's power-sharing government.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton congratulates Northern Ireland on steps its taken towards a "full and lasting peace."
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave Northern Ireland's two leading political parties until Friday morning to reach an agreement that would save the province's self-rule, he announced Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will testify at the Iraq war inquiry sometime in the next two months, the head of the inquiry said Friday.
Britain is expanding its security watch list and has suspended all direct flights to Yemen as part of a series of new counterterrorism measures, Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced Wednesday.
London's Heathrow Airport will begin subjecting passengers to full body scans "as soon as practical," following the failed attempt to blow up a U.S.-bound jetliner, its operator said Sunday.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has ordered a full review of security measures at UK airports following the attempted Detroit plane bombing on December 25.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown spent the night among troops in Afghanistan, the first time he has stayed overnight in the war-torn nation.
They jokingly call it "Hotel California." CNN's Barbara Starr takes us into the bedrooms of the Bagram sleeping quarters
The United Kingdom will send an additional 500 troops to Afghanistan in early December, bringing the British contingent there to more than 9,500, Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced Monday.
Britain announced plans Saturday to host an international conference on Afghanistan, a summit designed to formulate plans for transferring power to and bolstering the power of local authorities.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is "optimistic" that other countries will contribute more troops to the mission in Afghanistan, he told the head of NATO in a letter this week.
Gold is soaring to record high prices, and guess who has the biggest stash?
British PM Gordon Brown defends the Afghan mission to the mother of a fallen soldier, as CNN's Paula Newton reports.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown was under mounting criticism on Tuesday over his perceived casual attitude towards soldiers killed in Afghanistan as support for the mission collapses.
In a major speech on Afghanistan, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Friday that Britain "cannot, must not, and will not walk away" from its mission there.
British Prime Minister Gordon Browns addresses Britain's concern over the war in Afghanistan. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
British Prime Minster Gordon Brown announces the deployment of hundreds more troops to Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is increasing British troop levels in Afghanistan to 9,500 -- an increase of 500, he announced Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will repay more than $19,000 in expenses after an independent auditor found that he and other lawmakers had made excessive claims, according to Brown's office.
Britain is examining the possibility of scaling back its Trident nuclear deterrent program by cutting the number of missile-carrying submarines from four to three, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced Sunday that his government will support IRA victims in seeking compensation from Libya, in a move conservatives called a "U-turn" from his earlier position.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits troops and officials in southern Afghanistan.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Saturday, thanking his nation's fighting forces for a job "well done."
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Tuesday he was outraged and "repulsed" by the celebratory welcome given to a man convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Britons defend their health care system as it becomes part of the U.S. health care debate. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.
Britons including Prime Minister Gordon Brown have leapt to the defense of their creaking healthcare service after President Barack Obama's plans for a similar system in the United States were branded "evil" by Republicans.
A UK government minister on Wednesday reopened the dispute over support for troops in Afghanistan by insisting they had insufficient helicopters.
ITN's Juliet Bremner reports on a British soldier who gave his life trying to save the lives of others in Afghanistan.
CNN's Paula Newton discusses the mood of the British public as Gordon Brown defends the UK's involvement in Afghanistan.
Britain's prime minister on Saturday grieved over the losses of 15 British troops over 10 days in Afghanistan, but underscored that preventing terror from reaching the UK streets was the top goal.
Uk minister quits, call for Brown's resignation. CNN's Don Riddell has the latest from London.
Amid pressure to step down, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown plans to stand tough. CNN's Robin Oakley reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown issued a defiant response to calls for his resignation Friday saying he "will not walk away" despite heavy election losses and a raft of high profile resignations that forced a Cabinet reshuffle.
U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown say the G-20 must agree new rules for banks.
Can this G-20 summit prove to be anything more than group therapy for a bunch of fingernail-gnawing, troubled individuals?
Mr. Obama and British PM make a statement ahead of the G-20 summit in London.
CNN's Charles Hodson asks what this week's G-20 meeting will likely achieve.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Monday he believed world leaders would "rise to the challenge" at this week's G-20 summit by agreeing firm measures to set about tackling the global financial crisis.
The disabled young son of UK opposition leader David Cameron has died.
The world needs a "global New Deal" to haul it out of the economic crisis it faces, Prime Minister Gordon Brown of the United Kingdom said Sunday.
Brisish P.M. Gordon Brown condemn the latest Taliban attack, during a visit to Afghanistan.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, on a tour of the Gulf, said he is seeking hundreds of billions of dollars to boost the International Monetary Fund's reserves
A squabble between politicians over what happened on an Adriatic Island provides a welcome distraction from the grim economic news
It's been pretty scary for the rest of us. So just imagine what it is like as a president or prime minister, waking up to hear the headlines on the latest stock market nosedive or threatened national bankruptcy -- and knowing that you have actually got to DO something about the situation.
President Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy meet to discuss the financial crisis. CNN's Kathleen Koch reports.
As the ruling Labour Party struggles to appear united behind him, the Wall Street meltdown offers the Prime Minister his best hopes for a political revival
Britain's governing Labour Party is in dire trouble. CNN's Robin Oakley reports that many want its leader to quit.
At the height of the troubles over the near-collapse of the Northern Rock bank a minister walked into the British Treasury and asked "How's it going?"
CNN's Jim Boulden reports on British P.M. Gordon Brown's unveiling of an economic stimulus plan.
The British government unveiled a package of tax cuts and increased spending targeted at first-time home buyers on Tuesday in a bid to reverse the country's worst housing slump in almost two decades
Pandemic flu, not terrorism, is the most serious risk to the U.K. public, says Britain's first ever national threat assessment, published on Friday
No one disputes a politician's right to get away for a break -- it's where they go that matters